Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish. : just in time for school! ($100 Amazon Giveaway)

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I can’t believe I’m writing this but it’s almost time for Back to School….well, for some of you.  Here in Connecticut we don’t go back until the very end of August, but I know many will be back in school in just a few short weeks!  With back to school comes lots and lots of exposure to germs- and like it or not, no person is exempt from those germs.  Kleenex has started a really fun and “hip” new campaign called Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish.which is a three-step routine that was developed to teach kids how to keep stuff off of their hands so parents can feel confident when they head back-to-school. They’ve even included the beloved holiday-time folks over at Elf Yourself in the campaign!

When it comes time to sneeze, it’s important to have Kleenex brand facial tissues with Sneeze Shield, a proprietary process of coating applied to the tissues that helps keep stuff off of hands and in the tissue. It’s easy for Mom to feel confident that her kids can use Sneeze Shield wherever they go with Kleenex brand’s convenient package shapes and sizes, including:

  • The Slim Pack. It is thin and sleek, so you can always keep a tissue on hand. Their trendy design makes it the perfect accessory for hip tweens and teens, while their convenient size makes it easy to slide them into pockets, back packs and bags.
  • The Car Wedge. It fits perfectly in the car door or glove compartment – no need to lug around a box of tissue or fumble in a purse for a tissue while driving.
  • The Go Pack. Strong, soft and absorbent, Kleenex brand go packs have been there for happy tears and stuffy noses since 1924.

So let’s all learn the Shield. Sneeze. Swish.!

  1. Shield your kids with Kleenex brand’s unique Sneeze Shield tissues
  2. Sneeze when you gotta!
  3. Swish that Kleenex tissue right into the waste basket (two points!)

Visit www.Kleenex.com to become a star in the Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish. video and for helpful tools to teach your kids the Sneeze Shield routine. You can even create a video starring your child from the makers of Elf  Yourself to help them really get into the idea of Shield. Sneeze. Swish.!  Here’s my son starring in his video!
One reader will win a $100 Amazon Gift Card so you can be sure to have enough Kleenex in the house before the kids head back to school!

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  • Complete all preparation 1 week before so there will be no tensions.

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  • Start the bedtime routine early

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  • get a good nights sleep and a great breakfast it’s going to be a long first day!~

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  • get the kids on a schedule a couple of weeks before school starts

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  • I write my daughter a letter to read for the morning of the first day of school.

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  • My tip is to have a family calender to keep everyone organized since there’s lots of events once school starts

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  • I set out everything the kids need the night before

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  • My best back to school tip is to shop during the sales lol
    schueler.jessica@yahoo.com

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  • Shop the sales for back to school supplies. You can score a lot of stuff for really cheap or even free.

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  • Have a regular sleep schedule, and pray for summer to get here soon. :) Thanks for the opportunity.

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  • prioritize your tasks so that you know what needs to get done first – – Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  • When buying your school supplies, always buy more than needed to have a supply at home. This way the ‘I forgots’ don’t cause chaos during homework and projects

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  • organize

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  • Buy your supplies before school starts!

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  • Ease into new early wake-up times.

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  • My tip is to clean & organize your kid’s clothing & shoes so you know what to buy during back to school shopping

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  • buy in bulk and always be prepared

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  • Shop around for the best deals, there are some great back to school savings!

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  • Let your kids help pick out their clothes; otherwise it will just hang in the back of their closets and never be worn.

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  • Be organized the night before to make mornings easier

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  • Always prepare the night before.

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  • don’t stress over the preparations!

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  • I entered the $100 Amazon giveaway.

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  • This is my first time with a child going to school. I will let you know after Monday…. :)

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  • My back to school tip is make sure you get school supplies well ahead in advance.

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  • My back to school tip is to get organized early!

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  • Buy school supplies on sale in bulk and save them for later!

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  • Get back to your sleep routine at least 2 weeks before school starts.

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  • Wait for the teacher list before buying school supplies. You don’t want to buy a bunch of stuff you don’t need.

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  • Have your child pick out their outfit and get their book bag ready the night before so they aren’t rushing in the morning.

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  • I entered SAFESKIN* Kids Antibacterial Gel ($100 Walgreens Giveaway)

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  • Try not to impulse buy and just get what is needed

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  • Buy as many school supplies as you can at the dollar stores.
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

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  • Practice getting up early.

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  • 8/3 entered Sullivan Centre

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  • get them to bed early within a week before school to get use to it and always have breakfast !

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  • Start the back to school schedule 3 weeks before school starts

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  • Do your shopping ahead of time so you do not have to wait in long lines all night on the first day of school.

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  • Entered the Sullivan Centre Visa giveaway.

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  • Also entered the Crayola Prize Pack giveaway

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  • For those of us with no school age children, this is still a great time to stock up on certain supplies–glue sticks, paper, etc.

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  • make a list and start preparation early, do not wait until the last minute or you won’t be ready when school starts!

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  • Take the kids shopping with you when you purchase their school needs, so that they are happy with what they get.

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  • get the back to school shopping done early

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  • My best back to school tip is to push enthusiasm all the way! It’s infectious with children.

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  • Be organized and prepared!

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  • Develop a back-to-school schedule to keep organized and save time

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  • Be prepared ahead of time, and plan out ways to save money with coupons and sales.

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  • When you make lunches the night before. put the sandwiches in the freezer. Take out and put in the lunch boxes in the am. The sandwiches will be fresher and thawed at lunch.

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  • Start school bedtimes 2 weeks before school start to get kids into the routine.
    Thanks for the contest.

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